Holi Quotes, Happy Holi Quotes, The Festival of Holi is just around the corner and the celebrations have begun amidst much zest and enthusiasm. Its indeed that time of the year when you team up not just with friends and family but the neighbours too to make the most of the joyous Festival of Colours.
A legend that goes with the Holi Festival is that Lord Krishna once complained to his mother Yashoda about his dark complexion and asked why Radha is so fair. His mother suggested him to go and playfully colour Radha. Krishna went to Radha’s village in Barsana and smeared her and other Gopis with Gulaal. Thus began the tradition of Rangwali Holi, Dhuleti or Dhulandi, also called Badi Holi.
Here, we have a few cute Happy Holi Quotes for you that you can send across to your dearest ones before you start celebrating it with them in person.
Might the soul of Holi abandon you soaked with bliss.
Dipped in hues of love and trust has come the festival of Holi.
Longing you a fun Holi and a Spring time sprouting with Happiness.
Let the colors of Holi spread the message of peace and happiness.
Dipped in hues of love and trust has come the festival of Holi. Happy Holi!!
You know why I adore Holi? Since it gets colours my life, the same you did.
Make merry with colors on Holi and the rest of the days with the colors of love.
Holi helps me to remember you in light of the fact that it is so vibrant and brimming with full.
If wishes come in rainbow colors then I would send the brightest one to say Happy Holi.
Holi is a special time of year to remember those who are close to our hearts with splashing colors!
Best wishes to you for a Holi filled with sweet moments and memories to cherish for long.
Holi is the day to express love with colors. It is a time to show affection. All the colors that are on you are of love!
Trust your adoration is surrounded with all colors of affection & joy. Today & dependably. Euphoric Holi!
Holi is the apt time to break the ice, renew relationships and link yourself with those that you wanted to with a bit of color.
The dominant idea behind Holi festivalis that we should live more in harmony with nature instead of trying to destroy her and make her our slave.